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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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ALTON EVENING , JULY 17,1963 Allowed SOUP'S NOT FOR KENNEDY CHARLESTON, S.C. — Joseph M. Peirano, owner of the Sea Grill rcstau- rant in Charleston, S.C., has a new sign. Asked if it referred to the Prcsi- dent and the Attorney General, Peirano said: "I didn't want to be that specific on the sign, but you can surmise it isn't someone local." (AP Wircphoto) Establish Neunaber 'Fund' at Bethalto BETHALTO—A memorial fund has been established, by the Park Advisory Board, for the erection of a flag pole and planter box in front of the new village hall in honor of William Neunaber. The board, which is a citizens group that makes recommendations to the village board, met Tuesday night and approved the fund in honor of Neunaber, who had contributed much to the beau- t i f i c a t i o n of Bethalto and the parks. A twelve-man committee, headed by Mayor Erwin Plegge, will solicit individuals and organizations for the fund. The mayor said contributions may be made at the First National Bank in Bethalto. James Ricci is heading another committee which will look into costs and sizes of dual purpose skating rinks. The park board has thought about the construction of a roller and ice skating rink in the park, which could be used year-round. It was announced the bicycle racks, now located on the north side of the Town and Country Swimming pool will be relocated on the west side out of the way of automobile traffic. Mostly Males CARBONDALE, 111. (Special) Men students outnumber women at Southern Illinois University this summer by a margin of about four to three, according to regis tration records. Aniburg Heads Graftoii Lodge GRAFTON — Edward Amburg was installed master of Grafton Masonic Lodge Saturday evening at the Masonic Temple. Howard Wadlow was installing officer and Clyde Cope, installing marshal. Donald Shenberger is the retiring worshipful master. Other officers seated were: Richard Price, senior warden; Le!and Maupin, junior warden; Russer Campbell, treasurer; Earl Le;ate, secretary; Fayetle Pivoda, chaplain; Forrest Duncan, senior deacon; Maurice Legate, junior deacon; G. W. Critchlield, senior steward; Glenn Osborn, junior Steward; W. W. Legate, marshal; and Clinton Cope, tyler. Announce Birth GRAFTON—Mr. and Mrs. -Floyd Mclntire are announcing the birth of a daughter July 12 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed five pounds and 10 ounces and has been named Georga Ann. Grnfton Notes GRAFTON — Mrs. Annie Arnold was moved to St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton Monday night for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers of St. Louis were guests Sunday of the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wallace. Mrs. Edith Plummer had as Chesterfield Girl Al Slate Meeting CHESTERFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Long and daughter, Trudy, attended the reception for Helen Dayle Palmer, grand worthy advisor of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls in Illinois, held in the Masonic Temple at Gales- burgh, July 13. Trudy Long was appointed grand recorder in Illinois at t h e Grand Assembly held in Chicago in July. Trudy was initiated into Carlinville Assembly in March, 1959. Trudy was valedictorian of the graduating class of Cai'linville High School and is enrolled at Monmouth College. Eldred Serviceman Returns to Georgia ELDRED — William Lee Barnett, second class mechanic in the J. S. Navy, has returned to his base at Blynco, Ga., after a 10- day leave spend at his home here Eldred Notes ELDRED — Peggy Powers has rented the Charles Hendricksoi: property on Locust Street and op ened a beauty salon. Weekend guests at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Portwoad were her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodpastuie of San Diego, Calif., who ave spending a month's vacation in this area with relatives. guests over the weekend her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs James Creech, and children oJ Phoenix, Ariz., and her son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Larry Plummer, and son of Cape Girardeau, Mo. New Quick lanning Discovery by COPPERTONE® Tans you in 3 to 5 hours Without the Sun...orWh it! INDOORS -TANS YOU OVERNIGHT Apply Q.T. before you go to bed,following directions on bottle. Q.T. tans outer skin layers by a new principle. OUTDOORS -DEEPENS YOUR TAN Apply Q.T. next day in the sun—your tan becomes deeper, richer! You get a double tan. Q.T. lets the sun tan your inner skin layers, while screening out burning sun rays. Q.r GIVES YOU A DOUBLE TAN! .,. plus Coppertone's own sunburn protection Never before was tunning so easy, so thorough! 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The congressman said the area faces "a serious economic prob Icm." Gray's bill, however, was opposed by a spokesman for the Forest Service, who said departure from a uniform basis in computing such payments would be undesirable. Reynolds Florence said the Forest Service is conducting a study of payments made in lieu of taxes. Field work should be completed by November, he said, and recommendations submitted perhaps early in 1964. Gray, however, said that Southern Illinois represents a special case and should be considered on an individual basis. Even if the Forest Service recommended an increase in the percentage under the present formula, the West Frankfurt congressman said, it would not help the seven Southern Illinois counties involved. Currently, counties get 25 per cent of receipts from timber sales and other facets of national forest areas to help finance schools, roads and other services. The formula proposed by Gray would change this for the Shawnee Forest to % of 1 per cent of the assessed valuation of land. He estimated the change would result in about a five-fold increase for the counties. The Forest Service also proposes to buy about 255,000 additional acres in the area to expand the 211,000-acre national forest, ray said. "Our people are for this of course," Gray said, "but we need a decent return for the loss of tax revenue." The situation has developed, Gray said, because the stands of imber have not developed to the point at which sales produce suf- r icient revenue. Gray said he would accept an amendment putting the change on a 10-year basis followed by an-. other look al the situation. Florence told the subcommittee that tinder the present formula the counties received $11,544 In 1959, $18,528 in I960, $5,0f6 in 1961 and $14,922 in 1962. Gray said that this was fron the entire forest area and that one of the seven counties received as little as $1,300. Kerner Talks Oi Past, Looks To His Future CHICAGO (AP)—When a poltti clan begins talking about the past he's sometimes suspected of think ing about his future. Such was the case Tuesda> when Gov. Otto Kerner talked to 300 members of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Indus ry. an The governor, who has nounced lie will run again in 1964 recounted what he described as his administration's successes in the field of taxes and finance race relations, business, publii aid and employment. But he denied a reporter's sug gestion that the speech was the opening gun in a re-election cam paign. "No," he said, "I started my campaign for renomination more than two years ago." That's when Kerner took office. He described legislation tightening sales tax collections as "one of the major successes of the ad ministration and legi s 1 a t u r e.' Tightening the leaks will save $170 million, Kerner said. The governor .said many of Illi nois' problems-hinge on the ques tion of jobs. "With more jobs, a better and more active economy, many prob lems that beset us—race relations public aid, government cost—be come easier of solution." He urged leaders in business labor and education to work with his administration to improve the state's economy. Kerner said the failure of the legislature to approve his revenue reform proposal was his graves disappointment. He promised to continue to seek reform, which he said would give local governments 'the tools to do more for themselves." current annual dividend (compounded quarterly) All deposits made at Piasa by the 20th of the month —any month—earn from the first. It's just one of the ways your money earns more money —more often — at Piasa First Federal. Most important, Piasa pays quarterly! Your dividend is compounded every three months. Get the most for your money. Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Write: Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts,, Alton, III. For time and temperature, dial 465'443J, PIASA FIRST .FEDERAL SAVINGS A^D LOAN ASSOCIATION AtcounU Iniund |« $10,000 by fidiril Stylnfi ft Lein iHvriMi C«rp«r|U«| Dividends paid for gvgr 7$ consecutive yiiftl & MISS JERSEY FINALISTS Finalists in the Miss Jersey County contest at Jersey County Fair Tuesday night, from left: Sandra Chipman, Karen Martin, Susie Chapman, the new Miss Jersey County, Barbara Gary and Nancy McAfee, the latter the Miss Congeniality" of the pageant. Library Benefit Events Planned at Bethalto BETHALTO — The Bethalto Womans Club has planned several events which will produce funds with which to operate its library in the vaillage hall. Next Wednesday the group will have a lawn party, luncheon, and swim at the home of Mrs. Paul Hattery, 336 Ridgeway in Cottage Hills. August 15 the women will hold their annual ice cream social and bake sale at the fire house. When the new village hall is completed the women will move their library into the new quart- ers'and are planning the purchase of several ne\v items Co.. tnc facility. A donation of 31 books from the Weir House col.ection in Edwardsville has been given the Bethalto library by the Madison County Historical Sanely, Mrs. Charles W. Tauor, president of thj Woman's Club said today. She said the books from the house, which is being purchased by tha historical group, were divided among the libraries of Bethalto, Wood River and Edwardsville. Mrs. Taylor has announced the women are beginning tn make articles for sale during the Christmas season. She said the articles will be sold prior to Christmas. It was announced the woman's group will sponsor the Red Cross bloodmobile July 20 in the File Gymnasium of Bethallo Grade WCTU to Meet ul Wood River Home SOUTH ROXANA — The Wo men's Christian Temperance Un ion of In South Roxana-Wanda ar ea will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Wanda Methodist Church Mrs. Robert Nessel of Alton, stilt president, will speak. Mrs. Rut Littleton will be hostess. RANGOON — A Burmese offi cial predicts a higher bank rate School from 1 to 6 p.m. Dairy Queen THURS..FRI.-SAT • ••••••••••!>•••••• 3-DAY Sundae SALE . JULY 18-19-20 A REGULAR 35c SUNDAE Choice of flavors The World's Most Delicious Sundaes MAKE A SUNDAE STOP TODAY! 3 LOCATIONS & 1808 Washington UPPER ALTON 115 St. Louis EAST ALTON iai Wood River WOOD RIVER Be Explained til Sit! CARHONDALE, til. (Special) he latest information on crop fcr- Htv soil moisture, wood control nd 'crop variety studios will be down and explained during HIP nniinl Agronomy Field Day at outhcrn Illinois University Aug. 1. Tours of (ho many experimental ilols on the- Southern Illinois Agronomy Research Center, will jc emphasized during the ntlcr- ,oon program beginning at 1 p.m. ran (he headquarters building. The Center, operated jointly by S1U and the University, of Illinois, s biie iind n fourth miles went of lighway 51 on the City Lake toad southwest of. the SlU campus. Foundation Mealing Mrs. R. B. Best of Eldred nt- ended the annual meeting of the JSnstern Illinois University Foundation Sunday where Lewis Under of Charleston was elected iresldenl. Attending Iho meeting of the foundation, held in the University Union in Charleston, were about 30 members. Read feleKrnplTWtint Ads Dally Take the Helm of Your Own Boat and Have Fun! Skipper your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a low-cost Boat Loan from us. Convenient terms. 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